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How to avoid class from javaDoc Creation

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I create java doc using default eclipse method. I want to avoid/exclude some java class in the java doc how to do that ???
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I create java doc using default eclipse method
By that, do you mean "Project" menu -> "Generate Javadoc"? If so, you can't exclude specific classes, but you can exclude packages. So if all the classes that you wish to exclude are located within the same package(s) and those package(s) DON'T contain other classes that you DO want to include, then you can do it. Right in the middle of the "Generate Javadoc" dialog box is where you "Select types for which Javadoc will be generated" and here you should have all packages selected by default, but you can navigate in and deselect the ones to exclude.

Note, that one the last page of the dialog box/wizard you have the option to save the settings to an Ant script so that you don't have to configure the same things every time you need to re-generate your docs.
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